The “Romantics of Tolerance”

©2010 drkate

The false devotion of the left to human rights has suckered too many into the forced acceptance of sharia law and muslim ideology as a matter of ‘tolerance’, diversity, and ‘religious freedom’.  Obama uses our Constitution against us when he claims that our legitimate concern about muslims wanting to murder us is somehow ‘un-American’, refusing to call obvious acts of terror islamic jihad.

Here is a good example where the willful destruction of the norms of society by muslim immigrants is destroying the fabric of a country.  We need statesmen and women to stand up and confront this plague that is now infecting  the United States:

(video h/t CDR Kerchner)

I’d like to ask muslim Keith Ellison (D-MN) some of the same questions.

33 Responses to “The “Romantics of Tolerance””


  1. 1 Jan December 5, 2010 at 1:00 am

    With Christian beliefs, the Muslims have a captive audience.
    I’m surprised they didn’t come here first.

  2. 2 inge December 5, 2010 at 1:17 am

    Being able to understand the german language, I can state here that the english translation does not do justice. It’s original language is much more condemning then the translation is able to convey.
    I say ‘bravo’ to this man, for he says what we all know, and would love to say to these stone-age addicted hypocrates!

  3. 3 attilasdaughter December 5, 2010 at 1:40 am

    Hi, gruess Dich, Inge!

    I can also understand the original and I am so glad this decades overdue debate seems to start finally in Europe!
    From what I’ve heard about Germany, they have this debate too, finally.
    Caused by a book from Thilo Sarazin, Angela Merkel spoke out about the need to learn German and to accept the German culture.
    Actually I find the idea to ask them to “take the Orient-Express back to Istanbul” a formidable idea of the speaker.

    Why I very seldom have to deal with homesick feelings, there is the reason.

  4. 4 Jan December 5, 2010 at 1:57 am

    Finally, after midnight, had time to watch the video.
    I’m sure Inge and Attilasdaughter, reading this English version must seem funny, however, I can hear the tone of his voice.
    It is kind of like reading the King James version of the Bible and then reading the new watered down version. God didn’t say, please don’t, he said Thou Shall Not!!!!!

    We need someone like him to stand in front of our Congress, when there is actually someone in the room for a change, maybe make it mandatory appearance, and explain to the brain dead men and women just what we are starting to face here. However, obat would never allow that to happen.

    Muslims in particular and illegals especially, if you don’t like our country and our laws then go back where you came from.

    Personally, the train is too good, but a slow boat would be fine with me.

  5. 5 Rich T December 5, 2010 at 3:21 am

    I thank God for people like Pam Gellar, Robert Spencer & Gert Wilders. They have the nerves to take the fight against these bastard public and in their face.

    The leftards are at it again being themselves. In this turkish movie it has minarets in NYC as the Twin Towers.

    Danny glover plays the little terrorist that he is. Gena gershon is a docile pig loving muslim wife and Robert Patrick (Terminator 2) is the big bad FBI man.

    You know….FU*K these traitors in the neck w/ a long, sharp knife.

    http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2010/12/wtc-minarets-.html

    And yes, of course. Islam is always good… And America is always bad… Actors/whores for sale anyone?… (comment at JW)
    Check out the trailer here (thanks to Philip). The movie is clearly an orgy of Muslim victimhood, complete with a villainous U.S. law enforcement officer (played by Robert Patrick) stalking into a mosque during prayers and making statements about Islam that no actual American law enforcement official has ever dreamed of uttering in today’s hyper-PC environment.
    Interesting to note also Gina Gershon’s and Danny Glover’s presence in the film. Probably Hollywood’s fashionable Leftism made acting in this America-hating screed seem to them to be a moral duty.

    • 6 heather December 5, 2010 at 8:10 pm

      Danny glover is a racist pig—he once walked in front of my mother in NY and slammed a door in her face as she was entering the building. What a gentleman.

  6. 7 Rich T December 5, 2010 at 3:47 am

    I love my GREAT state.

    http://www.star-telegram.com/2010/12/02/2676281/texas-continues-to-lead-the-way.html

    Texas continues to lead the way in gun silencer sales

    In Texas, 3,621 silencers were sold in fiscal 2010, ahead of 2,053 in Florida and 1,153 in Georgia, the data show.

    Some people take their silencers to shooting ranges. Others might take them to “machine gun shoots,” where gun lovers gather to fire at targets. Still more might keep a silencer on their handgun or rifle at home to help with “varmint” control

  7. 8 Paula December 5, 2010 at 7:05 am

    Bravo, Bravo…excellent find, drkate! Exactly what we need in our congress and government halls…statesmen/women with a backbone. Tell it like it is and speak your mind about the evils being perpetrated via tolerance and political correctness. We can be tolerant (although I prefer the word compassionate) without being utterly stupid! That is why we have freedom of speech, and it is supposed to apply in our governnment halls as well as in the public sector!

  8. 9 usapatriots-shout December 5, 2010 at 9:29 am

    Every man, woman and child of Islam is a Muslim warrior. There are no moderate Muslims–only those waiting until they receive their orders to protest in the streets, become a jihadist activist, raise money for jihad or any other Muslim purpose, go into politics, work for the government or follow any other order they receive to promote and support Muslim world take over.

    While they hide behind the veil of religion–Islam is not a religion but a total system of government with religion representing about one fifth of Islam. Their greatest tactic is the practice of “taqiya” the art of deceiving infidels while slowly attempting to destroy our Christian/Judeo beliefs, traditions, government and eventually the people.

    Any infidels who believe Muslims are simply misunderstood under privileged people who practice “the religion of peace” are putting my life, their lives and all infidels directly in harms way. I resent these dhimmi infidels for avoiding learning everything they can about modern Muslims, denying that Muslims committed 16,000+ acts of violence against infidels since 9/11, and refusing to acknowledge that the very laws of Islam insist Muslims must at first attempt to convert Muslims and if they fail the infidels must be murdered. It cannot be clearer than that. Do these Muslim loving infidels need to have a member of their family murdered before they get the message?

  9. 10 tfb December 5, 2010 at 11:21 am

    Well, there’s no disputing the COLB is a forgery any more!

    As if we needed more proof Obama’s colb is a forgery,(verbage, font, spacing, border, certificate number, etc…even KOS blogger aspengirl said so before kos nixed any comments on the pos photoshop mess they posted) now they’ve analyzed the “seal” and it’s a baaad forgery, too:



    • The outer ring in HDOH example is a single line. The outer ring on Obama’s COLB is a double line.

    • The inner ring in HDOH example is a single line, like the outer ring. The outer ring on Obama’s COLB is a double line.

    • Typeface is a significant identifying feature of the seal. Obama’s is wide and bold, the HDOH seal lettering is condensed and a much lighter weight.

    • Present is a font type treatment anomaly seen in the word “OF” — see how small it is on Obama’s COLB, as compared to the HDOH example?

    • The two stars, described in those administration rules, are missing. Any alleged HDOH seal missing these two stars is NOT an official seal according to administrative rule §11-1-2.

    Due to these indisputable facts, the seal on Obama’s COLB is not the HDOH seal and Dr. Fukino does not have authority over the seal appearing on Obama’s COLB according to the description in the Title 11 rules AND the version disclosed in my records request. The seal seen on Obama’s COLB HAS NO LEGAL WEIGHT either online or as a physical copy.

    • 11 tfb December 5, 2010 at 8:34 pm

      I got this from theobamafile, which got it from obama’s garden/miss tickly
      great work!!!
      it’s making the obots have aneurysms!

  10. 12 Jan December 5, 2010 at 2:50 pm

    Short video from the UN on human rights and watch how the bash the U.S. in particular

    • 13 Ginger December 5, 2010 at 6:58 pm

      Get those F,,,ers out of our country! They are the scums of this earth. UN…. my butt! Worthless scum bags! That video was hard to swallow.

  11. 14 itooktheredpill December 5, 2010 at 5:12 pm

    Please see my new comment at the bottom of the “Regime Change” post.

    Important new info from MissTickly…

  12. 15 no-nonsense-nancy December 5, 2010 at 5:53 pm

    Dr. Kate and all, I think more people, both here and in Europe, are going to speak out against the islamization of the west. They were tolerant to the extreme over there and now realize their mistake. Maybe they can reverse it, but who knows. EVERYBODY here should listen to them now and take heed because we are very close to being like them. I have been having this ongoing argument with my daughter who thinks we should tolerate them here. People just don’t get it that it is not a religion but a governmental regiment of oppression. My daughter was very indignant and defensive in regard to the muslims for me saying that there are no moderate muslims. We have a big problem here and we need to nip it in the bud. No more political correctness. . One of biggest stipulations for another president of this country has to be to get rid of the concept of political correctness in regard to muslims. We need someone willing to speak out and reverse the damage already done here. And we need to get BO out as soon as possible!

    STOP THEM COLD!!
    ARREST THE CRIMINALS!!

    • 16 attilasdaughter December 5, 2010 at 6:08 pm

      Yes, the people in Europe were too tolerant to people who are not tolerant at all.
      After all those years the conclusion has to be made that tolerance only works when both involved parties practise it.

      Like freedom, if You want it You also have to give it to others.

      • 17 inge December 6, 2010 at 1:31 am

        sehr viele gruesse:
        you, and I most likely agree that the invasion of muslims began in Europe I believe during the 60’s, when the turks flooded the system. Back then, they received a 2-yrs contract to work, and afterwards were sent packing. I remember vividly, working as a secretary in training in a german company, and having to apply for these contracts of workers outside of Europe.
        I’m wondering, whatever happened after that? I married my husband, and came to US the first time in ’79, and stayed off-and-on, due to his military obligations.
        I can say that I was lucky to be no longer part of Europe; America, and its people are my home, and wouldn’t have it any other way.

        • 18 attilasdaughter December 6, 2010 at 12:53 pm

          Hi Inge,
          what happened was that the guests didn’t leave anymore.
          The “Gastarbeiter” or guest worker programs started with southern Europeans I believe. Portuguese, Spanish and Italians. But then the Turks came, they figured out the amount of “Kindergeld” they can get and had plenty children, they never left. It just got worse and worse.
          Interestingly there were never any integration problems with southern Europeans. The reason must be religion. Muslims do not fit in, they just build Ghettos and use but dislike the society they invade.
          When I went to school in West-Berlin in the 70s, we had one jewish and one catholic kid, the rest were all protestants, when I finished school in certain other parts of the city they had already 50% Turks and Arabs. This lowers the intellectual level, it is a fact, not xenophobia.
          They also speak German in a certain way, even if they grew up there. Just a way of saying “I’m different” and “I don’t want to fit in”.
          Just makes me sick to my stomach what happened to our country. Later we had waves of so-called political Asylum immigrants from the third world, who all were liars about their political background and just wanted to live in a welfare state.
          These are not productive immigrants, what is the benefit for the German society? Nothing.
          And after ’89 we had lots of people from the former Eastern block who came and brought a lot of criminality.
          But the Turks are still the biggerst problem, everybody else fits in or leaves it seems.
          All those things are taboo to speak about, and I hope that changes now.
          The “Deutsche Michel” is just not standing up yet.
          And the Multi-Kulti propagandists from the left call everybody a racist and hater just for demanding a cultural clear christian Germany with traditions and values.
          Thilo Sarazin, who was actually in the SPD (the German left-center party) must have said some uncomfortable truths in his book “Deutschland schafft sich ab”, so the party wanted him out.
          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thilo_Sarrazin#Controversy
          Well, anyways, I’m also glad to be here and not there.

          • 19 attilasdaughter December 6, 2010 at 1:27 pm

            “Deutschland sagt: Ich bin Thilo”

            “Germany says: I am Thilo”

            Well, maybe we’ve got a little movement going there after all =)

    • 20 Ginger December 5, 2010 at 7:23 pm

      no-nonsense-nancy

      The last time I saw my daughter was six months ago when I told her to get her head out of the sand…. and six months ago since I have seen my grand daughter. Life is sooooooo lonely. She said she has no time to worry about what Barry is doing! So I am worring for my grand daughter.

      • 21 karen December 5, 2010 at 9:45 pm

        Ginger and Nancy, I think all true patriots have lost everything while fighting the good fight. I no longer see my family, my grandchildren are forbidden to contact me, all my friends are gone and my husband tried to have me declared insane. All because I dare to speak against the usurper.

        I am alone always now and broke but know I will be proved right.

        • 22 heather December 5, 2010 at 9:59 pm

          Barry has separated a lot of family and friends–me included. You guys are not alone! He has destroyed all the good MLK did and yet the african americans still hold tight to him—hmmm-must be entitlements.

          • 23 tfb December 6, 2010 at 3:34 am


            Examining Black Loyalty to Democrats

            very interesting video by Zo

            • 24 Jan December 6, 2010 at 3:53 am

              tfb, omg I laughed my head off. This guy is good and the history is so true and right on. Too bad the majority of blacks don’t know what is being done to them ever since they were given their “freedom”.

              This should be mandatory viewing in all black schools, churches, and anyplace else they gather.

  13. 25 jtx December 5, 2010 at 7:01 pm

    America needs to enforce 8 USC 1424 which is presently one of the laws in this country. It would help eliminate Sharia Laaw nbeing pushed and urged by so many of the “peaceful”
    Muslims.

  14. 27 Jan December 5, 2010 at 10:26 pm

    Chew on this one. I know it is long but fully explains where our courts/government stands on the Constitution.

    Liberty Summit via info@givemeliberty.org

    We closed our previous update stating, “Our next update will detail the darkest and most outrageous example of the three branches having a secret share in a scheme to forbid the People from claiming and exercising their First Amendment Right to hold the government accountable to the Constitution.”
    Here is the background and the particulars.
    Since 1995, People have been attempting to hold the Government accountable to the Constitution by exercising the little-known, unalienable Right guaranteed by the last ten words of the First Amendment, “.and to Petition the Government for a Redress of Grievances”.
    While this Right was placed in the First Amendment as the PRIMARY means through which the power of the People to directly hold the Government accountable could be exercised, peaceably, our modern-day existence of materialism and apathy, public largesse for votes, and routine usurpation of power by the Government, has left the “capstone Right” of the Bill of Rights dormant and all but forgotten. Ask any attorney to cite the five rights guaranteed by the First Amendment and most will not mention the Right to Petition the Government for a Redress of Grievances.
    We were first motivated by the knowledge that a departure from the Constitution in one instance becomes a precedent for a second, that second for a third, and so on, until the People are reduced to misery and suffering.
    We knew, “The time to guard against corruption and tyranny is before they shall have gotten hold of us. It is better to keep the wolf out of the fold than to trust to drawing his teeth and talons after he shall have entered.” Thomas Jefferson. Notes on the State of Virginia, 1782.
    We know that each violation of the Constitution has a ravaging effect on America, Her People, economy, reputation and security, and that the whole of the devastation would be greater than the sum of the parts.
    We know that an act of tyranny anywhere is a threat to Freedom everywhere.
    We repeatedly Petitioned the Government to remedy the following violations and abuses of the Constitution and the Rights of the People

    1. the $ 20 billion bailout of Mexico in 1995 without approval by Congress; and
    2. the bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999 after Congress refused to authorize it; and
    3. the direct, un-apportioned tax on labor; and
    4. the withholding of earnings from the paychecks of workers; and
    5. the Federal Reserve System’s fiat, debt-based currency; and
    6. the decision to invade Iraq by the President, rather than Congress; and
    7. the USA Patriot Act; and
    8. the federal gun control laws; and
    9. the failure of Presidents to enforce the immigration laws; and
    10. the movement toward a North American Union; and
    11. the counting of votes in secret by machines; and
    12. the eligibility to be President if both parents are not U.S. citizens; and
    13. the $ 85 billion bailout of AIG; and
    14. the $ 700 TARP bailout.
    The result has always been the same: utter silence and failure to respond by every official in the Congress and Executive, and outright dismissal of any and all Petitions pursued through the Judiciary. However, under well established U.S. law, silence is admission, when a public official has a duty to respond and fails to do so.
    The People further decided to test the attitude of the Judiciary specifically challenging the nature of the First Amendment Petition clause itself. On July 19, 2004, the People filed a lawsuit asking the federal Court to formally declare — for the first time in history — the Constitutional meaning of the last ten words of the First Amendment. The title of this historic case (sponsored by the We The People Foundation) was, We The People v. United States.
    The Court was asked to answer two fundamental questions: 1) whether the Government is obligated under the First Amendment to respond to Petitions for Redress of violations of the Constitution; and 2) whether the People possess the Right to retain their money until those Grievances are redressed.
    Obviously, the correct answer to the first question is “yes” – the Government is obligated to respond. To speculate otherwise would be to call into question why the clause was even included as part of the First Amendment. It is noteworthy that the Petition clause is the only part of the Amendment which articulates a specific and direct form and process of communication from the People to the Government, thereby reiterating the potent principle from the Declaration of Independence that defines government as a servant of the People. Finally, in the words of the Supreme Court of 1803, “It cannot be presumed that any clause in the constitution is intended to be without effect….” Marbury v. Madison, 5 U.S. 137, 174.
    The correct answer to the second question is also “yes” – the People must be able to enforce their Rights, or they essentially have none. The Right to withhold money as a peaceable means for the People to “weigh in” on and Redress unconstitutional governmental acts arises from the Founding Fathers and their sound reasoning as to how a Republic must operate to ensure the Rights of a Free People.

    Indeed, the Right of Petition to secure Redress against government transgressors has evolved as the cornerstone of the law of Western Civilization finding its first written citation as part of Magna Carta in 1215 A.D.
    On October 6, 2006 oral arguments were heard by the United States Court of Appeals regarding the nature of the Right to Petition.
    Traditionally, Appeals Courts issue their decisions within 4-6 weeks following oral arguments. However, the decision in the Right to Petition lawsuit was issued more than seven months after oral arguments. Why the delay?
    In hindsight, we now know activities were quietly taking place within the other two branches of the Government that appear to have directed the verdict in our case.
    Rather than work in good faith with the People’s concerns by responding directly to our Petitions for Redress, the Government chose to “clamp down,” through a (constitutionally abhorrent) tripartite treaty – a tripartition, divided among the three branches, for the purpose of (unlawfully) colluding to deny the People their First Amendment Right to hold the government accountable to the Constitution. These actions were taken in a manner to attract the least attention possible.
    First, in December, 2006, the 109th Congress passed the “Tax Relief and Health Care Act of 2006.” (Summary, H.R. 6111) Please note the title. This Act was meant to retroactively extend tax credits that had expired in 2005: Sounds good for the People – but look again.
    Tucked away in the Act was a provision (Title III — Health Savings Accounts, Section 407) (see full text) that authorized the (Executive Branch) Treasury Department to make law (i.e., unconstitutionally) to administratively prescribe a list of “specified frivolous positions,” and impose a penalty of $5,000 on any person who uses a “specified frivolous position” as a ground of reasoning for retaining his money from the Government. Disturbingly, there is no definition of “frivolous” in the Act.
    Then, on March 15, 2007, the Treasury Department published Notice 2007-30, a list of “Frivolous Positions”, again, without defining “frivolous.” Included on the frivolous list – i.e., subject to a $5,000 penalty, among numerous other well-researched and proven positions, is Government’s refusal to respond to First Amendment Petitions for Redress of Grievances. (See paragraph (9)b of the Notice).
    In other words, citizens who raise the issue of government’s failure to respond to First Amendment Petitions of Redress are subject to a $5,000 penalty.
    In short, all the “positions” cited in the Treasury Notice (including the full exercise of the First Amendment Right to Petition) are deemed “frivolous” simply because Government says so.
    Then, on May 8, 2007, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit finally issued its decision in We The People v. United States (seven months after it heard oral argument), ruling that the Government is not obligated to respond to the People’s First Amendment Petitions for Redress and, therefore, the People do not have the Right to retain their money until the Government responds.
    The Judiciary fell into line with the “verdict” directed by the actions of the Legislative branch on December 9, 2006, and the Executive branch on March 15, 2007. A ruling that abused the judicial doctrine of stare decisis by relying on a principle of law laid down in two irrelevant cases.
    It is difficult to come to any other conclusion but that there has been a tacit assent by the three branches of the central government to actively thwart and quash any attempt by the People to enforce their Right to hold the Government accountable to the rest of the Constitution, even as the Government has patently refused to honor its obligation to respond to the People’s First Amendment Petitions for Redress.
    The People of America should roil when they fully realize what effect these actions have had upon their Freedom.
    A Petition for Certiorari (w/ Appendix) was filed, but the Supreme Court refused to hear the case which could have recognized the People’s Right to peaceably hold the Government accountable to the Constitution, thereby shifting the ultimate power in our society from the Government back to the People, where it was meant to reside in the first place.

    A Scheme Well-Concealed
    Who among us knew that a very lengthy bill, the “Tax Relief and Health Care Act of 2006,” widely popular because it retroactively extended for two years, hundreds of tax credits that had expired in December 2005, which was introduced and passed both houses of Congress in three days in December 2006 (with no record of who voted for or against the bill) actually included a buried provision that authorized the Executive branch to prescribe a list of “specified frivolous positions” and to fine anyone $5,000 if they cite any of those positions as a reason for retaining their money? The Table of Contents for the Act itself runs 25 pages.
    Who among us knew that on March 15, 2007, the IRS published Notice 2007-30 containing a list of “specified frivolous positions,” and that the list included “the Right to Petition the Government for Redress of Grievances”, among many others and now being used against citizens who are standing up and acting on their beliefs?
    Who among us was able to see the connection between the acts of the Congress and Treasury and the May 8, 2007 decision by the Court in We The People v. United States, declaring the Government is not obligated to respond to the People’s Petitions for Redress of constitutional torts and the People have no Right to peaceably enforce their Rights?
    What great discords and suffering might have been prevented, especially now, in these days of great national distress and economic turmoil had a government founded of the People, by the People, and for the People, been willing to openly answer the questions asked by the People in their Petitions for Redress.
    It is clear that we, the People are up against unjust government and laws. If we are to maintain the great American experiment, it is essential for the leaders of every group of “Freedom Keepers” to come together and meet face-to-face, with great haste, to develop a “Liberty Matrix” and a peaceful course of action for the Free to defend the greatest governing documents ever given to mankind and with the recollection that the cause of America is still the cause of the World.
    If you agree, please encourage all leaders of Liberty loving groups you know to make contact with us regarding the upcoming Liberty Summit via info@givemeliberty.org. We will shortly establish a discussion forum for readers to share comments publicly.

    • 28 drkate December 6, 2010 at 12:02 am

      Bob Schulz…this will be a good effort if it is not controlled by this man. He usurped the Articles of Freedom from the CC2009 and continues to try to make money from the patriot movement. He has sold ‘tax resistance’ packets to people.., was arrested and jailed for a cost to the government of 20 million…got off the hook by turning in the people he sold the packages to.

      Sorry if this shocks anyone but I am over being quiet about false patriots. Eyes wide open based on experience.

  15. 30 no-nonsense-nancy December 6, 2010 at 8:30 am

    tfb, that is a great video. I really like that guy. I have seen his videos before. I also watched the All in the Family video where Archy slams the democrats. They are doing the same thing, still today. first telling us we needed all of this progress and now Obama is telling us we should do without it.

    Ginger and Karen, my heart bleeds for you. My daughter and I are still very close and I see my grandchildren. We just have to stay off the subject of obama and Muslims. And my poor little grandchildren are so brainwashed it is pathetic. Even my grandson, who is my other daughter’s son, is brainwashed. At least now when I go into his bedroom the Obama bobble-head is on the top shelf in the closet instead of on his night stand!

    inge, welcome to our country! I am very proud to have you as a fellow citizen! I find out about so many “new” Americans who are in this fight to save our country, more loyal to our constitution than many people born here. All us here appreciate that. And I extend this sentiment to you also, Attilasdaughter.

  16. 31 Starla December 6, 2010 at 12:08 pm

    “1934 CARTOON: PLANNED ECONOMY OR PLANNED DESTRUCTION?”

    Republished in 2010

    http://www.jerrydoyle.com/cartoon-economy

    “Here is a 1934 Chicago Tribune cartoon that depicts familiar tactics working in our economy today…”

    Jerry Doyle says this 1934 Chicago Tribune cartoon is exactly what is happening in the USA today by the Delusional & Insane & Completely Incompetent & Illegal & Unconstitutional Barack Obama:

    (1) The Completely Insane & Extremely Dangerous & Out Of Control, Completely Incompetent, Foreign Communist Terrorist Usurper Barack Obama & the Out Of Control Democrats are depleting the resources of the SOUNDEST GOVERNMENT of the world.

    (2) Young Insane Liberals from Harvard & Columbia: THEIR PLAN OF ACTION IN THE U.S. IS – SPEND!! SPEND!! SPEND!! Then Under the Guise of Recovery – BUST THE GOVERNMENT, BLAME the Capitalists For The Failure – JUNK THE CONSTITUTION, And……. DECLARE A DICTATORSHIP!!

  17. 32 Noway2no December 6, 2010 at 1:20 pm

    The left uses the word tolerance euphemistically as endorsement. Beyond that, “tolerance” in their world view means valuing all cultures except western (read capitalism) based ones.

    Marxism, Socialism, Collectivism on and on…. They all are an unenlightened return to tribalism. So-called leftist thinkers are unable to overcome our genetic roots with their rational mind.

    The idea of an individual being the foundation of society is the modern and enlightened position IE. Western. The collectivist model sees persons as having no inherent worth other than what they bring to the whole.

    The level of responsibility that is placed on each person in the enlightened society is more than a base, lazy or dim citizen can handle. Crooks, demagogues and just downright evil people see those weaknesses and exploit them.

    They appeal to the base, lazy and dim at each ones vulnerable point. The leaders and the followers have no stomach for the hard work of an enlightened individual in a society of equals.

    This is why I call all of the variants of collectivism neotribalism.

  18. 33 susan h December 7, 2010 at 3:14 pm

    I am reading a wonderful book: NOMAD: From Islam to America: A Personal Journey through the Clash of Civilizations by Ayaan Hisri Ali. She is a very brave woman who broke away from her religion of birth as a Somali woman and through a long journey came to America where she speaks out against islam as a brutal ideology that enslaves women through sex, lack of money and ignorance. I have only just started this book, but she wants America to stand up against those who want tolerance for the brutality of islam. Please get a copy of this book if you can – it is an eye-opener.


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